No Jail for Crime Stoppers Head Who Ate Evidence
The head of Miami-Dade County's Crime Stoppers program avoided jail time after a judge found him in contempt of court for refusing to divulge details about an anonymous tip, some of it on a piece of paper he ate rather than turn over. (March 20)
Heavy fighting leaves hundreds dead as Libya descends deeper into civil war
Students to give evidence in South Korea ferry trial
South Korean students, who survived the Sewol ferry disaster, arrive at a local court to testify against 15 crew members facing charges ranging from homicide to negligence. Sarah Toms reports.
French troops secure Air Algerie crash site
The French military releases video of troops and aviation experts visiting the site of the Air Algerie plane crash in Mali, which killed 118 people. Sarah Toms reports.
UN Security Council Calls for Gaza Cease-fire
The U.N. Security Council called for "an immediate and unconditional humanitarian cease-fire" in the Gaza war between Israel and Hamas at an emergency meeting just after midnight Monday morning. (July 28)
Asia Day Ahead: Japan retail sales dip spells trouble for PM
Declines in retail sales and household spending in Japan may prove a snag in Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's domestic recovery plan. Meanwhile, June car sales will act as a health check for automakers. Jon Gordon reports.
The Carbon Trap: US Exports Global Warming
AP Investigation: As the Obama administration weans the country off dirty fuels, energy companies are ramping-up overseas coal exports at a heavy price. (July 28)
Traditional African Dishes Teach Healthy Eating
Classes are being offered nationwide to encourage African Americans to learn about cooking fresh foods based on traditional African cuisine. The program is trying to combat obesity, heart disease and other ailments often linked to diet. (July 28)
Nissan to launch autonomous car by 2020
Breakingviews: Why automakers race to chop China part prices
Few companies would rush to slash their pricing by 30 percent. But fears of a regulatory crackdown in the world’s biggest auto market has firms like Audi pre-emptively cutting part prices, says Breakingviews' John Foley.